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Hiking and Yoga Retreat USA

This retreat will focus on allowing your essential nature to emerge and shine. Join yoga instructors Roy Holman and Lizz Gross in beautiful mountains and forests in Washington to be more of who you came here to be.

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Roy & Liz
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  • Yoga classes
  • Kirtan and sound bath
  • Breath and meditation playshop
  • 3 nights accommodation
  • Nature hiking walks
  • Daily organic meals

Skill level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced

Yoga styles

3 days with instruction
Group size: Maximum of 15 participants
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During this retreat, you will stay in a shared room with a private or a shared bathroom. The Peaceful Mountain retreat center has an easy access from major airports and cities, yet it is completely isolated from the hustle and bustle of the cities.

It offers accommodations for 15 - 20 people and features a central open air atrium meeting space, a large carpeted meeting room for multiple activities, a music room, sauna, a yoga and dance studio with hardwood floors, and a fitness room.

Peaceful Mountain is a beautiful accommodation near Mt. Baker with everything you need: yoga space with hardwood floors, meditation spaces, exercise room, hot tub, sauna, full kitchen from which the team will serve three delicious meals daily, and access to nature and hiking trails. Rod is a wonderful owner and host, who may play his didgeridoo for you if you are lucky!


This year’s retreat theme will be “Joy and Gratitude”. Many people believe they are lacking in these traits, but in truth, joy (in Sanskrit, “Ananda”) is the essence of who people are. Gratitude flows easily when you align with the truth of who you are. Joy and gratitude lift your energy vibration out of despair, anxiety, and fear.

Besides yoga and meditation, you will do some hiking in beautiful mountains and forests. You will do a sound bath, as well as kirtan (call and response chant-song) to help you connect on all levels.

Kirtan and sound bath

Kirtan (call and response singing or chanting) is an easy way to calm the mind and access higher energy vibrations. The instructors will also invite the group to lie down and relax while they play a variety of instruments and sounds to help you move into blissful rest before bedtime, ahhhhhhhhhh....

The retreat usually has about 15 people, a chance to make new friends and connect, but also quiet time to read, relax, and rejuvenate. You are invited to do as many or as little as the classes and activities as fits you and your needs.

Please note that this is an alcohol-free event.

Included excursions

This retreat includes hiking activities around the North Cascade Mountains.


Roy Holman

Liz Gross

Retreat location

This retreat will take place at the Peaceful Mountain retreat center in the North Cascade Mountains, Washington State, USA. Nestled in the lush evergreen foothills of spectacular Mount Baker in the North Cascades, the center is an ideal setting for opening, visioning, and creating a new direction. The octagonal center house is nestled in 26 acres of mountain field and forest with astonishing mountain and valley views.

Unique features


  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Sauna
  • Whale watching


  • Dining area
  • Kitchen
  • Lake
  • River
  • Yoga studio


  • Tour assistance


During this retreat, you will enjoy three daily healthy organic meals. Liz and Roy pride themselves in creating loving, organic, healthy yet amazingly tasty meals. Included is Friday night dinner, three meals each day, Saturday and Sunday, and bountiful Monday brunch.

The following meals are included:

  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner

The following dietary requirement(s) are served and/or catered for:

  • Organic
If you have special dietary requirements it's a good idea to communicate it to the organiser when making a reservation

Things to do (optional)

Admire the Deception Pass

The Deception Pass is a captivating channel where the river meets the ocean in a narrow canyon that swirls and boils as it opens into the wide sea. Breathtaking views and long abandoned beaches make for deep contemplation. It is one and a half hours drive.

Discover Church Mountain and Yellow Aster Butte hike

In this tour you can stop by the Forest Service station to get maps and recommendations for the hundreds of hiking trails in the area. Take a short one and a half hours hike to a fire watch tower to view 41 snowcapped peaks, or spend the day huffing up a 2000 feet climb to dip in icy pools of melting snow in the heat of summer. Enjoy pure, crisp air and scenic views in every direction, as mists swirl and showers surprise you.

Do whale watching

Whale watching is a favorite activity in the area because there are three pods of Orca whales. A thriving eco-spirit in the region makes for wonderful tour guides who tell stories of the building of the ecosystem and the social lives of the creatures who live here like salmon, seals, whales, sharks, eagles, dolphins, turtles, and so many more that you will likely see. It is a half hour ride to Bellingham where the boats head out on day trips.

Explore Nooksack River

The Nooksack River rages toward Bellingham Bay via three forks, providing a playground to kayakers, river rafters, hikers, bikers, and more. Wildlife includes salmon and eagles, both common for viewing; deer and elk, raccoons, owls, hawks, and many more citizens in the wild community. Bikes and kayaks, cross country skis, and river guides are all available out of nearby glacier, just a stones throw up the mountain.

Bird Watching is also a favorite in the region, from giant eagles, swans, and heron to tiny yellow finches and red winged blackbirds. Red capped woodpeckers and dozens of others color the forests.

Tour to Nooksack Falls

Nooksack Falls are just 20 minutes up the road, where two 200 feet waterfalls cascade into each other in a deep canyon, carved by eons of rushing river. Used by natives for rites of passage for centuries, Nooksack Falls is a local secret, little known as a tourist spot, and it is not uncommon to have the roaring mists to yourself.

Just a short mile or two from Nooksack Falls is a secret section of old growth forest preserved from logging by the National Forest Service. The eight-foot wide Douglas Fir and Cedar reach endlessly upward, towering over the enchanted fern garden below. A wonderland to experience, and a place rich with magic for ritual or ceremony.

Visit Larabee Park Beach

The Larabee Park Beach is most heavily trafficked in the summertime, but the rest of the year it is just 10 minutes from downtown Bellingham, yet quietly serene and isolated. There you can do sea kayaking along Bellingham’s shoreline and it can be a divine experience, a close encounter with the wild, just inches from the surface of the sea. The only residents are high on the cliffs, so you are intimately surrounded by only the wild, even as you paddle out of the city.

Visit Mount Baker

The Mount Baker is a10,000 feet majesty that oversees the entire region. Her glacier topped visitor center is just 30 miles from the center, offering amazing views of gorgeous peaks in every direction, with hiking trails that range from a casual stroll, to a steep workout. Mt. Baker Ski Resort is also at the top and is known for its miles and miles of trails for every skill level. Many Olympic and X Games stars got their tricks here on her slopes. Cross country skiers love the serene isolation of local trails, the silence broken only by rippling waterfalls.

What's included

  • 3 nights accommodations
  • Organic, healthy meals
  • All yoga, meditation classes
  • Sound healing
  • Guided hike
  • Hot tub

What's not included

  • Additional activities
  • Airfare
  • Airport transfer

How to get there

Recommended Airports

Driving directions from Seattle

  • Take I-5 North.
  • Take exit 255 for Washington-Highway 542 / East Sunset Drive / Mount Baker Highway.
  • Go east toward Mount Baker.
  • Follow Washington-542 / Mount Baker Highway approximately 27 miles to the small town of Maple Falls.
  • You will see a crossroad with a gas station diagonal from crossroads grocery.
  • The crossroad is Silver Lake Road – turn left.
  • Go approximately five miles (past Silver Lake Recreational Park).
  • Peaceful Mountain Retreat is on the right 9900 silver lake road.

Driving directions from Vancouver

  • Take I-5 South.
  • Take exit 255 for Washington-Highway 542 / East Sunset Drive / Mount Baker Highway.
  • Go east toward Mount Baker.
  • Follow Washington-542 / Mount Baker Highway approximately 27 miles to the small town of Maple Falls.
  • You will see a crossroad with a gas station diagonal from crossroads grocery.
  • The crossroad is Silver Lake Road – turn left.
  • Go approximately five miles (past Silver Lake Recreational Park).
  • Peaceful Mountain Retreat is on the right 9900 silver lake road.

Arrival by airplane

Book your flight to arrive at Bellingham International Airport (BLI) or Seattle–Tacoma International Airport (SEA). Transfer from the airport is not included. Bellingham Airport is closer, under an hour to the retreat center, while Seatac is located in the south of Seattle, 2 hours away at least.

Cancellation Policy

  • A reservation requires a deposit of 25% of the total price.
  • The deposit is non-refundable, if the booking is cancelled.
  • The rest of the payment should be paid 30 days before arrival.

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Arrival: Thursday July 7, 2022
Departure: Sunday July 10, 2022

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